Mamu, webcam eye-tracking
Mamu is an eye-tracker that does not require any external device. It works with the camera inside your device. Mamu is the eye-tracker you cannot see, a webcam eye-tracking.
This is why we call it the eye-tracker that cannot be seen. It is inside your device. Mamu is a webcam eye-tracking. The application uses the camera on your computer or tablet to track your eyes and interact with the screen. All you need to do is download and install our application.
Not sure about whether to choose Hiru or Mamu? We will explain the differences between the two:
How do Mamu and Hiru differ?
Technology-based on infrared light. This requires a device that can emit infrared light, Hiru. Hiru obtains images in the infrared spectrum. Hiru tracks your eyes and calculates your gaze with precision.
As it uses the camera installed in your device, images that are obtained are in the visible spectrum. As a result, it does not use the reflections of the cornea that we use as a reference for calculations with Hiru.
With Hiru, the direction of the gaze is estimated using precise detection of the eye, pupil and the reflections of the cornea.
With Mamu, the direction of the gaze is estimated using Deep Learning, a methodology that is trained using annotated databases that allow us to estimate the direction of the gaze with precision.
- Less CPU consumption
- Needs external hardware device
No hardware required
- Portability and scalability
- Ease of use
- Lower cost
- Webcam-based eye-tracker
Perfect for multi-function apps and for continuous use of eye-tracking.
Perfect for simple apps and for casual use of eye-tracking.